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Programme

2nd European Monitoring Conference NetWBL
Work-based Learning TOOLKIT goes live!

1 - 2 October 2015, Vilnius, Lithuania

 

 

1 October 2015

Moderator: Paul Guest, orientra

09.00 – 10.00     Registration and refreshments

10.00 – 10.10     Welcoming Speech
                            Daiva Šutinytė, EESF

10.10 – 11:00     Keynotes
10.10 -  10.30     Work-based Learning and Apprenticeships in Europe – examples of national approaches
                           Irina Jemeljanova, Cedefop

10.30 – 10.50     European Alliance for Apprenticeships – state of play
                           Helen Hoffmann, European Commission

10.50 – 11.00     Aims and first results of projects of KA3 National authorities call
                            Bernadette Forsthuber, EACEA

11.00 – 11.30     Work-based Learning TOOLKIT goes live!
                            General presentation to NetWBL and WBL Toolkit 
                            Ulrike Engels, NA at BIBB
                            Toolkit Demonstration
                            Bernd Castellaz, OeAD-GmbH
                            Questions and Answers 
                            Paul Guest, orientra and Stefan Humpl, 3s research lab

11.30 - 11.35     Celebration of the Launch 

11.35 - 12.25     Open Access to the Toolkit
                           Thematic areas and individual access
                           Feedback corner

12.30 – 13.30     Lunch

13.30 – 14.30     Market place for projects: Projects viewing – discussion - active presentation 
                            (LLP, KA2 Strategic partnerships, KA3 National authorities)

14.30 - 17.30     World café sessions
                           incl. coffee break
                           Working session 1: Governance and Management
                           Governance requires complex interplay between individuals, authorities and the world of work.

                           Working session 2: Partnership 
                           Partnership working is crucial for all those involved in work based learning promoting increased
                           understanding and more effective delivery.

                           Working session 3: Delivery of Work-based Learning
                           Successful learning delivery requires effective planning and coordination and active support for learners.

                           Working session 4: Information, Counseling and Promotion
                           Consider your audience, and their expectations, prior to launching promotional activity.

                           Working session 5: Development of Work-based Learning
                           Learning environments often change yet clearly-defined learning outcomes are easily transferred.

                           Working session 6: Capacity-building among Teachers and Trainers
                           Remember to invest in the development of managers, teachers and trainers.

                           Working session 7: Evaluation and Quality Assurance
                           The benefits of work-based learning are assured only by the quality of work-based learning.

                           Working session 8: Assessment and Recognition
                           Consider how learner achievement will be measured, from the outset, and with what ultimate goal.


17.30 – 17.40     Closing of the day

19.30                 Dinner

 

 

02 October 2015

Moderator: Paul Guest, orientra

09.30 – 10.15     Key statements from the World Café sessions
                            Voting of the audience

10.15 – 10.30     Coffee break

10. 45 – 12:00     Panel discussion
                             Work-Based Learning - Needs and gaps, challenges, policy learning
                             Christina Spilioti, Labor Institute of General Confederation of Greek Workers (GR)
                             Sandra D'agostino, ISFOL (IT)
                             Ausra Giedriene, Kaunas Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Crafts (LT)
                             Mariola Raudo, Nestlé (PL)
                             Ixaka Egurbide Lekube, IMH Machine Tool Institute (ES)

12.00 – 12.30     Concluding session
                            The way forward
                            Statements of NetWBL representatives
                            Participants’ contributions via twitter

12.30 – 13.30     Social networking buffet